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Warriors, Trail Blazers scuffle

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11:27 AM ET 11.24 | The scuffle between the Warriors and Trail Blazers resulted in six technical fouls and the ejections of Draymond Green, Wesley Matthews and Mo Williams. The whole thing started when Andrew Bogut and Joel Freeland got tied up under the rim, and Bogut's surgically repaired right elbow got twisted and bent. He took exception, giving Freeland a forearm shiver. LaMarcus Aldridge and Williams came to the rescue of Freeland, who appeared to want no part of Bogut. The Warriors' big man, getting a little help from Green, went back at Aldridge and Williams as the shoving match shuffled toward the Warriors' bench. "You guys can write about that, but I'm not commenting on that," Bogut said. "I'm not going to comment on that, once again. And for the next time someone asks, I'm not going to comment on it. "They went on a run, and we kind of crumbled."

San Francisco Chronicle

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November 24, 2013  12:10 PM ET
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we need more fighting in the league-82 games is a looooooooooooooooooong season

Just sign a few on the Fan Nation internet bullies.......

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November 24, 2013  12:27 PM ET

It's good that the Aussie doesn't back down. The Warriors is not a top 4 team. They have too many weaknesses. They're bench is not that great and they sorely miss Jarrett Jack and Landry. Curry is pretty fragile. It's always scary to see him limp...

November 24, 2013  07:00 PM ET

JVG was commenting the other night stating the 'Warriors might win it all' this year. No wonder he can't find a coaching job these days.

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November 24, 2013  08:39 PM ET
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JVG was commenting the other night stating the 'Warriors might win it all' this year. No wonder he can't find a coaching job these days.

The Warriors are definitely capable of winning it all this year. It sucks that Iggy is hurt, but Harrison Barnes can fill in for him. As long as Curry's ankles hold up, they will be a dangerous team in the playoffs and will be able to compete with - and beat - anyone. Including the Spurs.

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November 25, 2013  08:35 AM ET

Much Ado 'Bout Nothing, Bros.

November 25, 2013  10:25 AM ET
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we need more fighting in the league-82 games is a looooooooooooooooooong season

Maybe they should add fighting like hockey to the NBA..... increase the need for enforcers in the game LOL!!

November 25, 2013  11:05 AM ET

I did not realize that the Blazers were playing this well so early into the season. Lamarcus Aldridge is a player! It's about time he receive some uninjured help.

November 25, 2013  02:45 PM ET

Yall fight like Bishes

 
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